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Dr Thomas Savage was a prelate and diplomat during the Tudor period.
Thomas Savage of Rufford, Lancashire, was a member of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and one of the ten seacoal-meters in London. Together with William Leveson, he was one of two trustees used by the original shareholders of the Globe Theatre in the allocation of their shares in 1599. He was an associate of the actor and editor of the First Folio, John Heminges, and of John Jackson, both of whom were Shakespeare's trustees in the purchase of the Blackfriars Gatehouse. Savage amassed a considerable fortune, at the time of his death owning five houses in London and an inn called the George.
Thomas Savage, 1st Viscount Savage, known as Sir Thomas Savage, 2nd Baronet from 1615 to 1626, was an English peer and courtier in the court of Charles I.
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Thomas Joseph Savage was an Anglican bishop in the third quarter of the 20th century.
Tom Savage is a contemporary American painter based in California whose work appears in museum collections and has been exhibited in major cities throughout the United States. His abstract paintings and drawings take a historical cue from post-war European automatism and surrealism, and the influence those movements had on abstract expressionism.
Tom Savage is a British social entrepreneur, founder of award-winning Blue Ventures and 3Desk.
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Thomas Willis (1621–1675) was an English doctor.
Thomas Pearson was British soldier.